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Tiny Ant Man Goes On Adventures In Streets Of London

Published 4 years ago

Ant-Man is a Golden Age superhero who can become really tiny. Fittingly, Ant-Man art installations by Slinkachu are also diminutive in size. Scott Lang’s heroic alter-ego can be seen riding a flying ant, readying for a leap and fighting his Marvel movie nemesis, Yellow Jacket. This tiny superhero action has been posted in London, left to the cruel attentions of monster pigeons and giant children.

Slinkachu is a man from England. Started in 2006, his “Little People Project” has seent tiny models (mostly by Peiser company from Germany) left all around the world. While Slinkachu isn’t extremely enthusiastic about commercial projects, it was Marvel UK who contacted him to do the Ant-Man shoot. They are extremely pleased with the end result.

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Martynas Klimas

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Ant-Man, Antman, diorama, instalation, Marvel, Marvel UK, miniature instalation, miniatures, model figures, Slinkachu, train model people, train scale model figures, Yellow Jacket
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